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Elective Egg Freezing (Part 2): A Policy Ovary-action?

In Part 2 of our look at egg freezing, we look at whether the upcoming policy shift is at best therapeutic, or at worst, subversive of national efforts to build resilient young families.

Elective Egg Freezing (Part 1): Mum’s the Word on Children’s Rights

Elective Egg Freezing seems like an all-round win for women's empowerment. But what are the costs involved and who pays the price when reproduction is medicalised and we begin to play God.In this first of a two-part piece, Regardless explores the pros and cons of the policy shift and examines the cost of the new values landscape on children.

Surveying the REACH Survey on LGBT+ Attitudes and Section 377A

How did one little survey on Section 377A and the LGBT community cause so much fuss among netizens? Regardless breaks it down play-by-play, from the mysterious origins and curious circulation of the survey, to the ambiguously phrased questions which supported multiple interpretations.

Beyond Rhetoric: What’s Unsaid in the No-Fault Divorce Debate

Singapore is exploring the possibility of No Fault Divorce as a compassionate policy option to reduce acrimony in divorce proceedings. We think that sounds nice, but is ultimately a bad idea.

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